Infection control best practices for long-term care

June 17, 2014

In a communal long-term care setting, infection control involves environmental cleaning, clinical caregiver and social aspects, according to an article on the Long-Term Living website.

Everyone who comes into contact with an infected resident or his/her living space should be included in infection control strategies including housekeeping, dining personnel, clinicians and social workers. 

Much of the infection control plan involves housekeeping and the products the housekeeping team uses.

Read the article.


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